Off The Shelf: Intentional, Evangelism that takes people to Jesus

Talking to people about Jesus, the king of the universe, should be the most natural thing to do as people who know him and follow him. Yet, that is often not the case. Why? Well in this great little book, Intentional, Paul Williams helps to explore this and offer some great pointers that help believing people communicate the amazing truths of the gospel in easy and normal ways.  Continue reading

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OMF September 2018: Fakes?

“I know what you are doing: you have a name for being alive, but you are dead” (Revelation 3:1b)

Why do we even care if we have a name if the reality is that we are just big fakes? This is a really serious question which pokes and probes in and around the area we don’t like anyone to access; our heart and it’s motives. Continue reading

OMF June 2018: First & Last

“The words of the first and the last, who died and came to life” (Rev 2:8)

If we are honest, we don’t really understand what this means. Why do I say that? Well it is not to do with our cognitive abilities, because it is quite straight forward in that regard. No, the issue is our context, our horizons. Most of us reading this will be from a predominantly western background and in reality don’t have much experience of suffering for the gospel, if any.   Continue reading

Communicating the Good News of Jesus in Scotland’s Millennial Generation

Across the nation just now there is a buzz about church revitalisation and church planting. And this is really exciting and encouraging to see as a young gospel worker. I really desire to see the church in Scotland grow and flourish; clearing the stones, breaking new ground and reaching the vast number of people around us who are unengaged with the the good news of Jesus. But one of the big challenges which faces the church is the integration of and interaction with the Millenial generation.  Continue reading